Individual Maps of the City of Toronto's New Wards
Individual Maps of the City of Toronto’s New Wards
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The City of Toronto’s 2018 municipal election will be conducted using a new 47 ward boundary model for Toronto from the current 44 ward model. This new 47 ward model will take effect on December 1, 2018, when the new 2018 – 2022 term of City Council begins.
Many City Council ward boundaries have changed as a result of the new model. In some cases, entirely new City Council wards have been created, with only 7 City Council wards’ boundaries remaining the same. Beginning May 1, 2018 the City’s MyVote app will provide Torontonians information about City Council wards based on an individual address and the candidates that will be running in that ward in the 2018 Municipal Election.
New Ward Identifiers
The numbers on the map above of all 47 City of Toronto Wards for the 2018 Municipal Election correspond to the individual ward numbers indicated below. The 47 City Council Wards to be used in the City’s 2018 Municipal Election do not have any other official identifier.
Additional Individual Ward Map Information
ESRI Shapefile (WGS84) data for the City of Toronto’s new ward boundaries can be found in the City’s Open Data Catalogue.
Electoral maps with subdivisions will be available in early September 2018. Please contact Elections Services if you require further information in preparation for the election.
Comparison of Geographic Impacts of changes to City Council Ward model
Click on the ward number below to open an image of the individual ward’s boundaries, or click “Expand All” to open images of all individual ward maps. To download a map of the ward, click on the ward’s image. All individual ward maps are in Adobe Acrobat PDF format.